Yolanda Díaz (Photo: Europa Press News via .)
Generalized suspension of the Spanish for all political leaders. But within that ‘search’, Yolanda Díaz appears as the figure most valued by citizens, with 4.7, in the latest survey by the Sociological Research Center (CIS).
The current Second Vice President and Minister of Labor is the one who gets the highest score when asked about the leaders, followed by Pedro Sánchez, who achieves a 4.3. Behind the socialist, the leader of Más País, Íñigo Errejón, appears with a 4.2.
The barometer places Inés Arrimadas in fourth place, with 3.5, while the worst marks are taken by Pablo Casado (3.4) and Santiago Abascal (2.8).
Although the Galician woman has the best evaluation, Pedro Sánchez wins when Spaniards are asked who they want as Prime Minister, bringing together 22%. Then they appear: Pablo Casado (10.5%), Yolanda Díaz (10.5%), Santiago Abascal (5.8%) and Inés Arrimadas (4.2%). Then there are Isabel Díaz Ayuso (2.4%) and Alberto Garzón (1.3%).
The CIS also stops at the scores of the Spaniards to the previous Government, being Margarita Robles the highest valued minister, with a 5.3, then Diaz herself and the economic vice president, Nadia Calviño, with a 5.1.
This article originally appeared on The HuffPost and has been updated.